Skip to comments.Report: RNC scrapped pre-election Benghazi ad; Conservatives demand to know why
Posted on 05/09/2013 2:39:44 PM PDT by smoothsailing
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They scrapped it because it might have turned the election.
That was a good ad. The Romney campaign was too spineless to run with it.
we need a coup , not a choice of another set of panty waist Republicans . I think the R Party is as infiltrated with Liberal demorats as the Us.S Gov is infiltrated with Muz Brotherhood . They all gotz to go .
America needs to be led by warriors not by lawyers
Here’s why: RNC Consultants
“They scrapped it because it might have turned the election.”
What a great ad.
The Establishment RINOS have to go or we’ll not win another election.
Nothing but the election has happened,Run the ad NOW!
because the GOPe likes to play nice with their enemy. Not another dime shall they get from me. And I regret the money I sent to Romney too.
When will they ever learn you can’t play nice with Dems. Tell the truth. Tell the facts. Let the chips fall where they may.
Proof Mr. Romney wanted Mr. Obama to be the president.
Becuase - you know those round things men keep in a sack? They have none.
Exactly and the Supines lay down again.
Because they are all in it together. The Muslims are in charge and our career politicians are watching out for their own jobs.
My new tagline...
... Because they are clueless, ball-less and suffer from “Low T”
Romney much like McCain didn’t have what it took to win, and certainly weren’t willing to do what it took to win.
They've lost their marbles?
If the media had done THEIR job and covered the story, it wouldn’t have mattered. This is just a “day late, dollah short” piece from ABCDISNEYLGBT News trying to divide and conquer conservatives on the issue of Benghazi.
Direct your outrage at those who “knew in advance and did nothing”. Direct your outrage at those who lied to the public repeatedly. Direct your outrage at those who tried to focus the blame on an obscure and first amendment protected youtube video.
Mitt Romney is a nobody today. The President and his staff still hold office. The former Sec. of State is seeking the presidency.
But split hairs over whether a tv ad would’ve swayed the public.
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